Recommended Bibles for Preteens and Middle Schoolers

We have three different print Bibles we recommend for students as their “default” Bible.

Girls Life Application Study Bible NLT

We recommend this for girls age 10-12.

 This Bible for girls includes over 800 Life Application notes plus Foundations for Your Faith sections designed to help girls learn more about the Bible, understand the Bible’s big story, meet Jesus, know what it means to follow him, learn how to share their faith with others, and gain practical faith and relationship skills that will help them live out what they believe. You can find out more about it and purchase it here.

Guys Life Application Study Bible NLT

We recommend this for boys age 10-12.

An edition of the Bible created for boys ages 11 to 14 based on the best-selling Life Application Study Bible. Packed full of notes and features, it is easy to use and helps answer the questions boys may have about God and life. You can find out more about it and purchase it here.

Teen Life Application Study Bible NLT

We recommend this for all students age 13-18.

 This Bible for teens combines traditional study Bible features like book introductions, textual notes, person profiles, and maps with application-oriented features focusing on choices, real-life issues, and real-life stories of actual teens. You can find out more about it and purchase it here. (We also recommend the hard cover so that it will last longer.)

The Bible App

Tens of millions of people are using the Bible App™ to make God’s Word a part of their daily lives. Download the free app and access your bookmarks, notes, and reading plans from anywhere. Enjoy hundreds of versions, including audio, all on your mobile device. We share our lesson notes each week on here, similar to how the church shares the weekly sermon notes on the app. You can learn more and download it here.

*NOTE: We recommend that students have a print Bible to use for reading and study, even with the Bible app. The print Bible allows focused reading and is easy to highlight, underline and add notes to the pages. In a best-case situation, they would use the two and always bring at least one of them with them to church and small group.

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